MMEA Kelantan detains Thai registered oil tanker for entering Malaysian waters illegally

Mar 25 2021


The Kelantan state division of Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) said it detained a Thailand registered tanker for entering the country illegally on Thursday, 18 March.

 

 

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